Pakistan wants apology for US border killings

Pakistan wants apology for US border killings

Karāchi : Pakistan | Apr 28, 2012 at 9:01 AM PDT
Source: Ledger-Enquirer
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U.S. officials visited Pakistan on Friday for talks on rebooting the relationship, but left without agreement. A statement from the Pakistani president's office said Asif Ali Zardari told the U.S. officials that Washington needed to help Pakistan reach "closure" over the killings of the... FULL ARTICLE AT Ledger-Enquirer
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Pakistan has demanded an apology from the US for a November 2011 air attack on its border post that killed 24 soldiers
Pakistan has demanded an apology from the US for a November 2011 air attack on its border post that killed 24 soldiers
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